This is Leslie Mayo, National Communications Coordinator with an updated Hotline for Tuesday, May 15, 2007.
This message is a follow-up to last Friday’s hotline with more information on how to cast your ballot regarding the various proposals set forth for AMR’s Shareholder meeting Wednesday at 8:00 a.m. Central Time.
APFA is recommending that all members vote yes on Proposal Six put forward by the Allied Pilots Association. After considerable research over the past several days, we have secured the exact contact information shareholders should utilize to vote outside of showing up at the meeting itself.
There are three ways to vote without attending the meeting. You may vote via the Internet at www.voteproxy.com. Follow the instructions on the screen – you MUST have your proxy card available in order to vote. Voting ends at 11:59 p.m. Central Time this evening.
You may place a phone call to vote as well, using a touchtone phone. Be sure to have your proxy card ready to provide the account and confirmation codes available and call 800.776.9437 no later than 8:00 a.m. Central Time on Wednesday, May 16th.
If you prefer to mail your ballot, provided your envelope is postmarked TODAY, May 15, 2007, your ballot will be counted.
If you purchased your stock via a brokerage, contact your broker for details on how to vote.
As clarification, only those people who own full shares of AMR Stock as of March 18th are eligible to vote. If you own only options, such as those received in 2003 during the Restructuring, you are not considered a Shareholder and therefore cannot vote.
APFA will be seated at the meeting tomorrow as an Institutional Shareholder.
Thank you for calling. Please stay on the line for the rest of Friday’s Hotline.